Nick Sirianni doesn’t joke, no matter the score.
The Eagles head coach bellowed at a referee at the conclusion of Saturday’s 28-0 first-half win over the Giants.
Philadelphia, who had just scored their fourth first-half touchdown on a run by Jalen Hurts, looked to capitalize even more by showing they were targeting a two-point conversion.
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When the game clock ran out, the Eagles called a time-out and cameras panned to Sirianni yelling at an umpire while walking away from the end zone touchline.
The Angry Coach could be seen say, “I know what the hell I’m doing, and I get to be down here.”
The Eagles then opted for an extra point that extended their lead to 28-0.
The Eagles dominated the Giants, who eventually managed to score a touchdown midway through the third quarter to cut Philadelphia’s lead to 28-7.
Sirianni expressed his displeasure with a referee on Saturday, per FOX
Big Blue lost possession early after a costly gamble called by Giants head coach Brian Daboll, who attempted to convert a fourth and a fourth at the Eagles’ 40-yard line in the first quarter.
Giants quarterback Daniel Jones struggled mightily in the first half, throwing for just 57 yards and a pick.